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Eldem re-appointed as Alderon CEO
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Atlantic Canada SME investments intentions down
Growing rail transport expected to bolster oil prices for Canadian producers
CALGARY — Steep discounts in prices for western Canadian heavy oil are moderating and should gradually ease through 2018 to allow Canadian producers to reap bigger rewards from strengthening world oil prices, according to GMP ...
Ontario offers incentives for electric vehicle charging stations at workplaces
TORONTO — Ontario is offering to cover 80 per cent of the cost of installing electric vehicle charging stations for companies and commercial building owners as the province tries to expand its charging infrastructure. The program, announced ...
N.S. gives payroll rebates to Ernst and Young for new 'centre of excellence'
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government has awarded payroll rebates to Ernst and Young as the professional services firm establishes its first Canadian-based Global Centre of Excellence for Robotic Process Automation Service in Halifax. Nova Scotia ...
Saint John, N.B., expects 19 per cent increase in cruise ship passengers in 2018
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The port of Saint John, N.B., is expecting a banner cruise ship season, with nearly a quarter of a million passengers and crew to visit in 2018. Port Saint John president Jim Quinn says it will be the fourth consecutive year of ...
Uber, Lyft, not happy with approval of drivers' insurance rate plan in Manitoba
WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Public Utilities Board has approved new insurance rates for ride-hailing company drivers that businesses such as Uber and Lyft have said will keep them setting up shop in Winnipeg. The board has given approval ...
Founder of Canada Jetlines takes helm as CEO of rival Flair Airlines
KELOWNA, B.C. — The founder of Canada Jetlines is taking over as chief executive of Canadian discount carrier Flair Airlines Ltd. Jim Scott replaces Flair founder and former president Jim Rogers, who will remain an adviser until 2019 after ...
Small and medium-sized businesses to up investment spend 3% this year: BDC
MONTREAL — A new report by the Business Development Bank of Canada says small and mid-sized businesses in Canada are expected to increase their investments by three per cent this year to $140.5 billion. BDC says the increase is ...
Auto parts company Magna International expects $2.3B-$2.5B profit in 2018
AURORA, Ont. — Magna International Inc. (TSX:MG) says it expects to earn $2.3 billion to $2.5 billion this year. In its guidance for 2018, the auto parts company says it expects sales to total between $39.3 billion and $41.5 billion. Sales are ...
With a $6B charge comes new thoughts about GE's future
BOSTON — General Electric Co. is signalling it may undergo a more comprehensive transformation, a decade after breaking off substantial pieces of the multinational conglomerate in bid to a return it to its industrial roots. CEO John Flannery, who was ...
Tax break helps UnitedHealth 4Q earnings, 2018 guidance soar
UnitedHealth Group's earnings more than doubled in the final quarter of 2017, and the nation's largest insurer hiked its forecast well beyond expectations largely due to help from the federal tax overhaul. UnitedHealth said Tuesday that it added $1.2 ...